Things become more of a waste if it just sits around in your house.
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Every one of us has water tumblers and musty old tupperware stored away in the cupboard. Maybe they leak, have an odd smell, or are plain unattractive, but regardless, it’s a waste by sitting around unused.
Well, it’s time to take them out and trade them in for some brand new ones that you will actually use.
Local company BROS’ 321 Trade-in Program allows you to pack up all your old reusable water bottles and containers and trade-in for up to 50% off of their own products.
They will help you to recycle your old stuff, so you don’t have to worry about it all going to the trash.
The process is pretty simple. Just show up with your old reusable bottles and containers, then you will be given a slip of paper with your amount of trade-in items.
For example, if you trade in 4 water bottles and 2 containers, you are allowed to buy 6 items with the specially discounted trade-in price.
However, even if you don’t have any old items to trade in, you can still buy their water bottles and reusable food containers at a set discount price.
The event is by no means large, but they have a very comprehensive selection of beautiful water bottles in various sizes, designs, and materials in addition to their sturdy food containers, also available in different materials and sizes.
It’s a great way to get rid of clutter that you will never use while also reinvigorating your journey to reduce, reuse, and recycle, because sometimes the motivation to bring out a water bottle with you everyday is just having the perfect pretty bottle.
If you’re interested, head over to their headquarters at Living Wing Sdn Bhd, Kota Damansara. The program runs everyday from 10am – 8pm until next Sunday, 2nd August 2020. For more information, head over to their Facebook page.
Anne is an advocate of sustainable living and the circular economy, and has managed to mum-nag the team into using reusable containers to tapau food. She is also a proud parent of 4 cats and 1 rabbit.